Texas Business Law Attorney
Practicing business law and transactions means representing entrepreneurs, buyers, sellers, corporations, and individuals interested in starting, expanding, or diversifying a business. Anyone can start a business without using an attorney, but our Texas business law attorney can help guide you through the process of starting a business while avoiding potential, and costly pitfalls.
In other words, the type of entity that you create has tax and legal liability consequences. For example, do you understand the difference between being a sole proprietor and a domestic limited liability company?
Our Texas business law attorneys from Luis F. Hess, PLLC can advise, form, and register the appropriate business structure based on your needs and goals. The work only begins once entity formation has occurred. The next steps involve advising, drafting, and negotiating contracts with clients, independent contractors, and employees.
Expanding Your Business
Are you looking to expand your business by bringing on a managing or silent partner? Then your business needs to consider the terms in which an individual or corporation joins a business (e.g., shareholder agreements), the countervailing exit strategy (e.g., buy-sell agreements) and predetermining who and how one individual takes over the business in the event that a person or entity predeceases another (e.g., succession agreements).
The business of running a business involves more than just preparing and executing documents. It also involves making the necessary decisions to keep your business in operation. It helps to have a trusted legal advisor from Texas to provide advice ranging from day-to-day matters to thinking of the long-term strategy. Our Texas-based immigration and Houston business law firm helps provide representation regarding all matters related to operating a business.
Finally, are you thinking of buying or selling your company? Our experienced Shenandoah business law attorneys have reprsented buyers and sellers in this matter. Whether it is the negotiation or due diligence aspect of buying or selling, the firm can help provide the necessary guidance to make the best decision.
Attorney for Business Law in Montgomery County, TX
Attorney Luis F. Hess, founder and manager of Luis F. Hess, PLLC understands that, success, however one defines it, is more than just a series of random events. Just like a business, success is built upon and requires multiple steps, a lot of determination and drive, and a vision. An experienced Texas business law attorney can help bridge the gap between a vision, supported by drive and ambition, and a reality.
Located in Shenandoah, TX, Luis F. Hess, PLLC accepts clients throughout Montgomery County and Harris County. Our cases come from places like Shenandoah, The Woodlands, Conroe, Spring, and many other nearby areas in Montgomery County and Harris County, TX.
Contact our Shenandoah business law attorneys or call Luis F. Hess, PLLC at 281-306-5894.
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Business Counseling: We offer business strategy and guidance with all aspects of a business including human resources, regulation, and compliance to contracts.
Closing Held Businesses, Corporate Succession, and Business Dissolution: We assist in creating organizational structures, succession plans, and other business matters.
Employment Contracts: We represent employers in assembling employment agreements, independent contractors, non-compete agreements, and termination letters.
Entity Formation and Governance: When establishing a business, you need to understand how the form of entity you choose will impact your business. Whether the business is formed as a corporation or a limited liability corporation, we assist you in selecting the appropriate entity that matches your objectives.
Mergers and Acquisitions: We assist you in researching, negotiating, and executing business mergers and acquisitions. This also includes buy-sell contracts, franchise contracts, and business operation questions.